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all. >> i can't help be a little cynical here because we find out the president has a big birthday bash scheduled for august 3, celebrities flying in from all over. and lo and behold august 2 is the deadline for getting something done so that he can have this massive... maybe the biggest fund-raising dinner in history a birthday celebration. >> stephen: of course! obama just wants to raise the debt ceiling so he can raise the roof! (laughter and applause) and folks, it's his 50th birthday bash so he's going to be partying out with his hollywood buddies like beyonce, george clooney, matt damon, brad and angelina, skinny jonah hill. dumbledore. (cheers and applause) meanwhile, meanwhile, me and louie gohmert aren't even invited. i say we let the economy go down the (bleep). stupid birthday. we just have to make sure that this thing is fixed by august 18 because that's louie gohmert's birthday! and his party is going to be way better. it's going to be him, michele bachmann and steve king eating pizza at the corner booth. (applause) and i didn't get invited to that one, either. we'll b
it big enough to be seen from england. sends a message. (laughter) but enough about me, folks. let's get to the big news, me. you see before the break the fec gave me permission to form colbert superpac and collect unlimited donations. when i merged from that crowd my g-string was stuffed with dollar bills. and i wasn't even wearing a g-string when i started. so thanks to whoever donated that. and the media reaction has been overwhelming. with headlines like colbert superpac pushes the limits of election law. cole pert superpac good for government and good for us, and colbert is a superpac la boeuf over transformers. (applause) >> stephen: no surprise. no surprise, my superpac and the transformer series have a lot in common. i can also rake in millions of dollars for no apparent reason. so -- (cheers and applause) >> stephen: folks, hogging the space a little bit there. so folks if you have not done so already go over to colbert superpac.com and sign up. so far over 94,000 of you have become members. and trust me, and one person clap -- and trust me, no, no, it's too late. and trust me,
years. that's one with 100 noughts. just to illustrated how big that number is, if i took an atom, one, two, three, and started counting, then i'd run out of atoms on the earth very quickly. there are 100 billion stars in the milky way galaxy, 300 billion galaxy in the universe. there are not enough atoms in the entire observable universe to count up to that number, which is the age of the oldest thing we can imagine in science. so it's quite a big story, as you say, in a small book. you're right there. >> stephen: brian cox, will you lie on a hillside with me at night? [laughter] stare up at the sky? [cheering and applause] i got a chill, and i don't know what you're talking about. that was really beautiful. >> i saw you begin earlier with the fireman calendar. it seems to have gotten to you. >> stephen: they can come too. now, the last time you were here, we were talking about you also were concerned in geneva. it's a big particle accelerator there. and we were talking about something called the hagues bozon particle. >> yes. >> stephen: explain to the good people what the hagues boz
imagine in science. so it's quite a big story, as you say, in a small book. you're right there. >> stephen: brian congress, will you lie on a hillside with me at night? [laughter] stair - stare up at the sky? i got a chill, and i don't know what you're talking about. that was really beautiful. >> i saw you begin with the calendar. it seems to have gotten to you. >> stephen: they can come too. the last time you were here, we were talking about you also were concerned in geneva. it's a big particle accelerator there. we were talking about something called the hagues bozon particle. explain what that is. >> it's a theoretical thing that we think is responsible for mass in the universe. >> stephen: subatomic? >> subatomic parliament. why does this table have mass. >> stephen: it's wood. it's made of wood. go ahead. next question, physics man. >> we need not bother building this thing. so it's a particle that we thing is responsible for that, generating mass in the universe. >> stephen: it gives mass to things. >> to everything. last time i was on we were talking about it, and there were theori
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